It feels like we are at a crossroads. Looking back a few years from now, we might be shocked to see how few hotels practice sophisticated revenue management today. Excel worksheets, heuristics, and gut feeling are still very prominent when it comes to setting room prices and developing a greater pricing strategy. This might all be about to change.

We’re excited to publish our latest research report, which analyzes the hotel revenue management industry, sizing the market and shining a light on the current vendor landscape. Drawing from 20 in-depth interviews with industry execs, we highlight key challenges and opportunities for both b2b vendors and hoteliers.

While this report focuses on a specific aspect of the hotel tech stack, its relevance to other areas of hotel tech and the wider travel industry is clear. As technology becomes more affordable, and machine learning and artificial intelligence are being introduced throughout the industry, analyzing their use and shortcomings is increasingly important.

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What you’ll learn from this report

  • How the revenue management discipline has evolved and where it is today
  • The main revenue management vendors and how their products differ
  • The size and growth opportunity of the revenue management vendor landscape
  • The main opportunities and challenges for the future

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